Form DSD CDTS-83 "Driver Training School Application for Teen License" - Illinois

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OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE
COMMERCIAL DRIVERS TRAINING SECTION
STATE OF ILLINOIS: SS
JESSE WHITE, Secretary of State
DRIVER TRAINING SCHOOL APPLICATION FOR TEEN LICENSE
NAME OF PERSON TO CONTACT REGARDING THIS APPLICATION
APPROVAL YEAR
This application is
JANUARY 1, 20_________ THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 20 __________
o Original Approval
NAME OF SCHOOL
o Renewal of Previous Approval
CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR(S) (Include Title)
MAIN OFFICE AND CLASSROOM ADDRESS
STREET
CITY
COUNTY
ZIP
PHONE
BRANCH OFFICE(S) AND CLASSROOM(S) ADDRESS
STREET
STREET
CITY
COUNTY
CITY
COUNTY
ZIP CODE
PHONE
ZIP CODE
PHONE
SECTION A: CURRICULUM
The following numbered exhibits must be attached to satisfy the minimum instructional program requirements: If a renewal and exhibits are
presently on file, please print OF (on file) and initial.
_____ A-1. One copy of the current outline covering the topics to be taught in the “classroom phase” of instruction. This outline must be
approved by the Illinois Secretary of State. Substantial changes or revisions to the outline must likewise be approved. The
course must include:
_____
a.
Classroom instruction that includes not less than 30 class hours, instructional periods are to be no longer than two (2)
hours daily with meetings distributed regularly throughout the minimum of four complete weeks;
_____
b.
A maximum number of students that does not exceed 30 per class for classroom instruction;
_____
c.
Classroom instruction subject matter relating to the rules of the road, safe driving practices, pedestrian safety, driver
responsibility, theory of driving, defensive driving techniques, behavioral characteristics of drivers, auto insurance and
financial responsibility, development of perception for driving, emergency situation procedures, and the use of automobile
safety devices.
_____ A-2. One copy of the current outline covering the topics to be taught in the “behind-the-wheel phase” of instruction. This outline
must be approved by the Illinois Secretary of State. Substantial changes or revisions to the outline must likewise be approved.
The course must include:
_____
a.
Evidence that laboratory instruction does not begin until such time as the student is enrolled in a classroom program of
driver education and possesses the basic information required for safe operation of a vehicle in traffic. At least four (4)
hours of classroom instruction must be given before in-car lessons are started;
_____
b.
Evidence that each student has in possession a valid instruction permit issued by the Secretary of State when engaged
in vehicle operation;
_____
c.
Evidence that not less than two nor more than four students are to occupy the car with an instructor when instruction is
in progress;
_____
d.
Evidence that student driving experiences are for periods of not more than 90 minutes for each student per session;
_____
e.
Evidence that accumulation of six (6) hours of practice driving shall be distributed regularly throughout a minimum of two
complete weeks;
_____
f.
Evidence that a minimum of six (6) hours of observation time in the car is achieved;
Exception: If it is obvious that a student becomes disturbed by having an observer in the car while he is behind-the-wheel,
or when a parent requests that observers be excluded, or when the level of a student’s achievement is so low as to prob-
ably be embarrassing in the presence of an observer, the behind-the-wheel lesson may be given privately.
_____
g.
Evidence that lesson time or practice driving time is not used to call for, deliver, or dismiss other students to their homes
or pick up points;
_____
h.
Evidence that practice driving instruction includes actual experience in starting, stopping, shifting, turning, backing, park-
ing, steering and emergency situation procedure in a vehicle equipped according to the regulations.
Printed by authority of the State of Illinois. April 2021 — 1 — DSD
CDTS-83.1
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE
COMMERCIAL DRIVERS TRAINING SECTION
STATE OF ILLINOIS: SS
JESSE WHITE, Secretary of State
DRIVER TRAINING SCHOOL APPLICATION FOR TEEN LICENSE
NAME OF PERSON TO CONTACT REGARDING THIS APPLICATION
APPROVAL YEAR
This application is
JANUARY 1, 20_________ THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 20 __________
o Original Approval
NAME OF SCHOOL
o Renewal of Previous Approval
CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR(S) (Include Title)
MAIN OFFICE AND CLASSROOM ADDRESS
STREET
CITY
COUNTY
ZIP
PHONE
BRANCH OFFICE(S) AND CLASSROOM(S) ADDRESS
STREET
STREET
CITY
COUNTY
CITY
COUNTY
ZIP CODE
PHONE
ZIP CODE
PHONE
SECTION A: CURRICULUM
The following numbered exhibits must be attached to satisfy the minimum instructional program requirements: If a renewal and exhibits are
presently on file, please print OF (on file) and initial.
_____ A-1. One copy of the current outline covering the topics to be taught in the “classroom phase” of instruction. This outline must be
approved by the Illinois Secretary of State. Substantial changes or revisions to the outline must likewise be approved. The
course must include:
_____
a.
Classroom instruction that includes not less than 30 class hours, instructional periods are to be no longer than two (2)
hours daily with meetings distributed regularly throughout the minimum of four complete weeks;
_____
b.
A maximum number of students that does not exceed 30 per class for classroom instruction;
_____
c.
Classroom instruction subject matter relating to the rules of the road, safe driving practices, pedestrian safety, driver
responsibility, theory of driving, defensive driving techniques, behavioral characteristics of drivers, auto insurance and
financial responsibility, development of perception for driving, emergency situation procedures, and the use of automobile
safety devices.
_____ A-2. One copy of the current outline covering the topics to be taught in the “behind-the-wheel phase” of instruction. This outline
must be approved by the Illinois Secretary of State. Substantial changes or revisions to the outline must likewise be approved.
The course must include:
_____
a.
Evidence that laboratory instruction does not begin until such time as the student is enrolled in a classroom program of
driver education and possesses the basic information required for safe operation of a vehicle in traffic. At least four (4)
hours of classroom instruction must be given before in-car lessons are started;
_____
b.
Evidence that each student has in possession a valid instruction permit issued by the Secretary of State when engaged
in vehicle operation;
_____
c.
Evidence that not less than two nor more than four students are to occupy the car with an instructor when instruction is
in progress;
_____
d.
Evidence that student driving experiences are for periods of not more than 90 minutes for each student per session;
_____
e.
Evidence that accumulation of six (6) hours of practice driving shall be distributed regularly throughout a minimum of two
complete weeks;
_____
f.
Evidence that a minimum of six (6) hours of observation time in the car is achieved;
Exception: If it is obvious that a student becomes disturbed by having an observer in the car while he is behind-the-wheel,
or when a parent requests that observers be excluded, or when the level of a student’s achievement is so low as to prob-
ably be embarrassing in the presence of an observer, the behind-the-wheel lesson may be given privately.
_____
g.
Evidence that lesson time or practice driving time is not used to call for, deliver, or dismiss other students to their homes
or pick up points;
_____
h.
Evidence that practice driving instruction includes actual experience in starting, stopping, shifting, turning, backing, park-
ing, steering and emergency situation procedure in a vehicle equipped according to the regulations.
Printed by authority of the State of Illinois. April 2021 — 1 — DSD
CDTS-83.1
SECTION B: STUDENT INFORMATION
Attach numbered exhibits that show how the school provides/assumes:
_____ B-1. Evidence of satisfactory driver education course completion verifying that each student has achieved the minimum compe-
tencies which satisfy course objectives and eligibility for the Illinois Driver Education Certificate of Completion.
_____ B-2. A regular schedule of classroom testing measuring student progress in acquiring information, knowledge and skills. Criteria
for passing or failing the course must be evident to the students and successful completion clearly defined.
_____ B-3. Information to each student prior to the time instruction begins, of the form and amount of any and all fees or charges made
for enrollments or registration, tuition, use of equipment, text and reference materials and supplies, as well as any service,
equipment, or materials provided by the commercial driving school.
SECTION C: INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF
The rules, regulations and procedures referring to instructional staff require that the commercial school operating an under-18 driver training
program provide/assure:
_____ C-1. An alphabetized list of all instructors working in each/either phase of the under-18 driver training.
SECTION D: RECORDS
Student records must be kept on each individual participating in a driver education program. These records must substantiate participation
and verify the claims made for certification:
_____ D-1. Provide a copy of the student record form which substantiates each student’s:
a.
daily attendance/absence dates;
b.
lesson time;
c.
beginning and ending dates of classroom instruction;
d.
periodic evaluation of each student;
e.
class made up dates;
f.
instruction permit number;
g.
full name (including proper first and middle names);
h.
address;
i.
BTW and observation time.
NOTE: Driver education participation records are to be kept and readily available for a period of no less than three years.
_____ D-2. Schools that employ more than one teacher must designate one person responsible for coordinating reports and keeping
records. Provide the name and title of the person so designated:
Name: _________________________________________________
Title: _________________________________________________
COMMITMENT
The officer(s) of this school, under oath, hereby pledge to follow all applicable rules, regulations, and standards set forth under “The Driver
Education Act.” In consideration of this we affirm all the information on this application and attendant documents to be complete, true, cor-
rect, and available for review.
Submitted this _____ day of _____________________, 20_____.
Applications must be signed by officers of the school.
Subscribed and sworn to in my presence by the affirmed on this
____________________________________________________
Name of School
_____ day of _____________________, 20_____.
____________________________________________________
Signature of President
__________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
Signature of Designated Supervisor (Director)
Signature of Notary and Seal
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